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Thursday January 31, 2013

Microsoft Sued Over Search-Related Patents

Remember the people that successfully sued Google and AOL last year over search-related patents? They are now suing Microsoft.

I/P Engine Inc said in the suit filed in Manhattan federal court that Microsoft uses search technology based on inventions by two employees of I/P Engine's parent company, Vringo Inc. Microsoft uses the technology in systems that generate advertisements and associated links for users of the world's largest software company's search engine, Bing, the lawsuit said.

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